KSQL has a solid library of built-in functions, but no library is ever good enough. What if you want to write your own? We’ll learn how today with Hojjat Jafarpour, a software engineer on the KSQL team at Confluent.
For more, you can check out ksqlDB, the successor to KSQL.
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